What’s Different When Women Lead?

AdvertisementSupported byWhat is different when women lead? Hillary Clinton, Greta Thunberg and others discuss women’s role in shaping the future.By The New York TimesWomen are increasingly leading the response to vital global issues. How will their leadership reshape our world? What difference can female leadership make? And above all, how do they do it? We …

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In Biden’s Foreign Policy, What Is ‘Rules-Based Order?’

AdvertisementSupported byGuest EssayBy Peter BeinartMr. Beinart is a contributing Opinion writer who focuses on American foreign policy.Anyone who slogs through the diplomatic verbiage generated last week by President Biden’s inaugural overseas trip will notice one phrase again and again: “rules-based.” It appears twice in Mr. Biden’s joint statement with Prime Minister Boris Johnson of Britain, …

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California high school basketball championship ends in fury after tortillas thrown at opponents

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The Best Way to Clean Your Ears: With a Spoon

AdvertisementSupported byLetter of RecommendationDoctors strongly discourage people from scraping inside their ears. But knowing better and doing it anyway is part of what makes us human.By Vanessa HuaWhen I was growing up in the suburbs east of San Francisco, our teachers used to say, “Don’t put anything in your ear except for your elbow.” No …

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California 'assault weapons' ban repeal blocked by 9th Circuit

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NCAA dismisses Kavanaugh's blistering opinion after Supreme Court ruling

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Fight Over a Gentle Stream Distills Israel’s Political Divide

AdvertisementSupported byIsrael DispatchWho gets to enjoy the Asi, an exquisite squiggle of water? The question has come to symbolize the identity politics that divide Israeli society.By Isabel KershnerKIBBUTZ NIR DAVID, Israel — A whimsical chain of inflatable rafts tethered together by a flimsy rope floated along the Asi, a gentle stream that runs for a …

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Kathryn Garcia for N.Y.C. Mayor: The Times Endorsement

Supported by By The Editorial BoardThe editorial board is a group of opinion journalists whose views are informed by expertise, research, debate and certain longstanding values. It is separate from the newsroom.The mix of optimism and anxiety that New Yorkers feel as the coronavirus is beaten back in the five boroughs highlights the extraordinary challenges …

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Change Comes to the N.C.A.A.

AdvertisementSupported byThe Morning NewsletterA Supreme Court ruling has opened the door to a new era in college sports.By Tom Wright-PiersantiIn a unanimous ruling yesterday, the Supreme Court said that the N.C.A.A., which governs college sports, could not prohibit student-athletes from receiving modest, education-related payments.The decision doesn’t mean that college football players can suddenly receive big …

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